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Occasional papers

'Leadership: Issues and principles from the Thamarrurr (Port Keats) region in the Northern Territory', ICGP Occasional Paper No. 12, by Bill Ivory.

'From COAG to coercion: A story of governance failure, success and opportunity in Australian Indigenous Affairs', Paper presented to the Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) conference, Governing Through Collaboration: Managing Better Through Others, 28–29 June 2007, Canberra, by Diane Smith

'International development experience of capacity development: Implications for Indigenous Australia?' ICGP Occasional Paper No. 1, by Janet Hunt.

'Regionalism for Indigenous governance: Emerging models and policy challenges', ICGP Occasional Paper No. 2, by Diane Smith.

'The future of the homelands in north-east Arnhem Land', ICGP Occasional Paper No. 4, by Frances Morphy.

'Anmatjere: Representation in an early regional structure', ICGP Occasional Paper No. 5, by Sarah Holcombe & Will Sanders.

'Strange bedfellows: Whole-of-government policy, Shared Responsibility Agreements, and implications for regional governance', ICGP Occasional Paper No. 6, by Patrick Sullivan.

'Local governance in remote regionsModels & issues: Governance and service delivery in Wiluna', ICGP Occasional Paper No. 7, by Christina Lange.

'Indigenous governance and leadership: A case study from the Thamarrurr (Port Keats) region in the Northern Territory', ICGP Occasional Paper No. 8, by Bill Ivory.

'Capacity building for Indigenous governance: Social indicators for Indigenous governance', ICGP Occasional Paper No. 9, by John Taylor.

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